At the center of the Balkan peninsula and at the crossroads of Central and Southern Europe, Serbia is known for its mountain resorts and spas, but savvy producers also consider it a good and…
LONDON — “See You in Montevideo,” directed by Dragan Bjelogrlic, has been selected as Serbia's entry for the Academy Award for foreign-language film, according to the InSerbia News website. The film…
LONDON — Serbia has selected Srdan Golubovic’s “Circles,” which won the Special Jury Prize in the World Cinema Dramatic Competition section at Sundance, as its entry for the foreign-language pic…
Robert De Niro and John Travolta don't exactly shine in this cartoonishly violent drama about two troubled veterans of the Balkan wars.
An unorthodox morality tale about Serb-on-Serb crime in which concentric narratives make for considerable resonance.
MOSCOW -- Goran Paskaljevic's haunting "When Day Breaks" is Serbia's nomination for consideration in the foreign language Oscars.
Just as major international productions have begun rolling into Prague again, thanks largely to the launch of long-sought rebates, some high-profile filmmakers are yearning for more diverse locations.
A new 20% tax rebate on local spend due to take effect this summer should boost production, with Film Center Serbia estimating annual foreign production spend to rise to $30 million a year.
The one indisputable element of Maja Milos' controversy-stirring debut feature is the astonishing, no-holds barred perf of newcomer Isidora Simijonovic, just 14 at the time of shooting.
Balls are kicked and women are wooed in "Montevideo: Taste of a Dream," which recounts the unruly origins of Serbia's top 1930s soccer duo.
Serbia and Romania have selected their entries for the foreign-language film Oscar.
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